• Bristol Lit Fest

The Bard of Windmill Hill: The Storyteller of the Year Entertains

Updated: Sep 1, 2019



8pm, 25 October

The Lansdown, £8


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Often titillating but never trivial, the award-winning Bard of Windmill Hill is one of Bristol's most enduringly popular poets and storytellers.


He was commended in a BBC interview for the range and tone of his work by Phil Hammond and has performed at many festivals, theatres and schools throughout the UK.

"Amazing performer. Such a unique skill in terms of creativity and delivery. Engaging with the audience makes it exciting and alive." Barnstaple Theatre Festival


"Funny, thought provoking, original. One of our most memorable evenings ever!" Leicester Secular Society


Doors: 7.45pm


Speaker


Trevor Carter is the the Bard of Windmill Hill. He has won accolades as a poet, performer and teacher. In a BBC interview, Dr Phil Hammond commented that “the range and scope is huge”. He is the only poet to have won the Bristol Storyteller of the Year slam and has published four acclaimed collections.


Address: The Lansdown, 8 Clifton Road, Bristol, BS8 1AF


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